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My mum used to have had black silky and shinning long hair and so as I but genetically our hair is not thick. When my mum was young, her hair was strong and healthy which has added extra beauty to her personality but after getting married and bearing we three kids, she could not take care enough of her hair and with the passage of time, her hair got weaken and weaken which had led to serious hair fall. She had gone through many medications for hair fall and restoration. Due to my mum’s weak hair, I was concerned about my hair since childhood and was trying and looking for different remedies. After a struggle, I have found this amazing book very helpful with so many remedies and recipes for different types of hair including shampoos and conditioners like anti-dandruff, hair fall, anti-frizz, oily and many more, various ways of rinses. I have felt a sigh of relief by having so many handy recipes for my hair that I can try myself at home. I am really delighted that finally, I would be able to have a long silky strong hair using Susan hair-thickening solutions and hair-loss preventatives without going through any commercially prepared products. The ingredients mentioned in the book are well known to me and can easily get and try them such as vinegar which is useful for my flaky scalp dandruff, honey for restoring and healthier follicles. As I love different hairstyles to my hair and I need a proper neat hairstyle like the hairdressers to tend to do but now I have grasped many exciting gel recipes section in the book for my hairstyles which I can apply quickly before heading to any gathering. I wished to find this book earlier but something is better than nothing so I am going to gift this book to my mum so we both can have the beautiful hair.
‘Natural Hair Care’ by Susan Hollister is a cute, well written guide how to look after your hair. It is valuable source of information how herbs, natural oils, vinegars and others substance help your hair. Susan gives a lots of creative, traditional and crazy recipes and remedies to keep your hair strong, healthy, shining and well styling. I am just stunned how easy you can make rich conditioner using eggs, honey, olive oils. I never heard about Castile soap so will be great to experiment with it to give extra foam to your shampoo. If you want to be eco-friendly try formula ‘No-poo’ that is foam free and natural solution for your hair. Susan provides lots of recipes for this king of formula. I like the idea of henna rinse and apple cider vinegar as a treatment for greasy and coloured dark hair. Also interesting is yarrow shampoo for greasy hair as well as green tea shampoo or rinse. I have lots of herbs to experiment and Susan gives me inspiration to do and try. Funny are myth about hair, how it grows, getting grey or split or how frequently you need to wash them. Prepare my first shampoo gives me and my kids lots of fun! Thank you Susan.
Natural Hair Care Recipes is a winner. This book is another triumph for Susan Hollister. She takes you from the science of how your hair actually grows to the other extreme of old wives’ tales. Some of the tales turn out to be true but some, surprisingly are nonsense. Apparently, lather is not essential to clean your hair and trimming, contrary to popular belief does not make your hair grow faster. The recipes for your own shampoos are fascinating and sound delicious enough to eat. I will definitely try the one for an itchy scalp and once made, it can be stored and kept for several uses. Treatments for the hair are sometimes so amazingly easy that trying them is np problem at all. Rubbing almond oil into the hair, leaving it for twenty minutes and then washing away, feeds your hair with vitamins, calcium and magnesium, retains moisture and helps growth. The same treatment with mayonnaise as a conditioner is to rub onto dry hair, leave awhile and then rinse and shampoo. Thanks Susan for a whole lot of tips and tricks. Great book to read.
The book goes straight to the point with easy to follow recipes for homemade haircare. As I'm a visual person I would have liked to have seen photos as well. This book is very plain also with layout. This is why I gave only three stars.
I love having a variety of hair tips for different hair types all in one book! And I love that even when giving tips for certain hair types, it warns that it may not work or be counterproductive for other hair types. It was very in formative and provides variety so that there's many recipes with accessible ingredients!
Nothing really here just shallow a bunch collected recipes from Pinterest. Many of which I already pinned. Pinterest has more even better recipes. Honestly not worth purchasing,save your cash and go hunt on Pinterest. Eg Author says not to use cold water then in another page she suggests using cold water,even author didn’t provide recipes like diy hair butters. I’m even better than her I make a bunch of different recipes for hair butters. I read this in one sitting,no I don’t advise you buy this book, go read other bloggers an pin.book has 73 pages written by a white woman and actually didn’t feel it’s necessary for natural hair I’d say even non black women.
This book is a recipe book on how to make things that enhance your hair and make it healthy. It gives practical tips on how to keep your hair in good shape. The book explains how hair grows and thrives. It goes into making shampoo for every type hair there is, which is followed by a chapter on creating the conditioner that is right for you. It touches on rinses that enhance your hair and makes it smell heavenly and continues with things that help you style your hair like styling gel, pomade and hair spray. It gives you practical suggestions on keep your hair intact and how to make your hair grow or appear thicker. I love the chapter on old wives’ tales, which debunks and verifies whether those old sayings are right or note. My mother used to tell me to bread crusts to make my hair curly and I found out whether she was right or not. The book gives you styling tips and old secrets pioneers and move stars have used in the past. All in all, I found many recipes I could use for me and my family and the book was a wealth of information.